SET THE PEOPLE FREE: A BROADCAST TALK BY THE RT. HON. WINSTON CHURCHILL, 14th FEBRUARY, 1948

London: Conservative Unionist General Office, (1948). 8pp speech, from Churchill's period as Leader of the Opposition. The speech calls for the House to form a new Parliament. Churchill would ultimately head opposition to the Labour Government until the General Election of 1951, which returned the Conservatives to majority and Churchill to the office of Prime Minister. This stapled paper pamphlet is found in cream card wraps, numbers eight pages, and measures 8.75 by 5.75 inches. The front cover has a pale grey-blue background and features a half-tone image of Churchill's head wearing a stern countenance. Condition is very good indeed, with the stapled cream card wraps fully complete. Contents are crisp and clean, bearing no spotting and no inscriptions. This highly collectible piece is custom bound in charcoal grey cloth covers with gilt titles and date. Item #10297

Price: $700.00

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